Two Spartans Wire writers love the USC draw for Michigan State

What do our friends at Spartans Wire think about the USC-Michigan State matchup? We have an answer now.

Robert Bondy and Andrew Brewster of Spartans Wire love the USC draw for Michigan State. Here’s what they said:

“Andrew Brewster: This is about as good of a first round match-up as MSU could have hoped for. The Spartans will just have to show that they can bring the energy on the perimeter defense to stop Boogie Ellis and Drew Peterson, something they have struggled with this year, but I’d rather face good guards then a great big man, which has proven to be kryptonite for this team repeatedly.

“Robert Bondy: I love this draw for the Spartans. USC is a beatable opening round matchup, and like the Spartans is very inconsistent. From there, Michigan State can beat anyone else in their path when they play at their highest potential. Whether the Spartans play to their ceiling is a big question, but they could definitely go on a deep run based on this draw should they play well in the tournament.”

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